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Cousine Island Accommodation

The Villa's

The islands four luxurious Villas and have each been named after the islands rare and protected wildlife.

Each Villa can accommodate at least two guests and two out of the four Villas can accommodate one extra person. Full Island occupancy is ten guests.  The architecture of all buildings is French Colonial to commemorate the heritage of the Seychelles and to blend in with the traditional designs. Only four individual Villas were built to ensure comfort and maximum privacy for guests and to reduce the impact of tourism on the island.

Each Villa has a floor space of 175m² which allows for spacious and tastefully decorated rooms fitted with comfortable furnishings and appliances. The majority of the building materials used were sourced locally.

 Villa Riga (Creole name for the Audubon’s Shearwater bird)

Guests staying in Villa Riga will have clear views of the ocean and surrounding islands.  The villa shares the tortoise pond with Villa Tok-Tok but is surrounded by lush vegetation making it very private.  Villa Riga and Villa Tok-Tok are frequently visited by the Islands Giant Aldabra Tortoises that roam freely on the island. From the rear veranda of Villa Riga guests can relax and watch tortoises cool off in the heat of the day.

The Riga birds are nocturnal and burrow in the ground and can only be found on mammal free islands.

 Villa Tok-Tok (Creole name for Seychelles Fody Bird)

Guests staying in Villa Tok-Tok will also enjoy magnificent ocean and surrounding island views.   Guests can delight in watching the tortoises in their natural surrounds while relaxing in this stunning villa.  The lush tropical surrounds ensure guests total privacy.

The Seychelles Fody is a bird found only on 5 of the 115 islands in the Seychelles. The Tok-Tok name is derived from the call of this species.

 Villa Fregat (Creole name of the Fregate bird)

The Fregat Villa is surrounded by natural vegetation which makes it the ideal villa for bird and tortoise watching.  It is the perfect place to sit and watch the birds flying high above you while you relax and unwind in total luxury.

 The Fregat is well-known and its name is derived from the Old French mariner’s word for these seabirds.

 Villa Golan (Creole name for the Fairy Tern bird)

Otherwise known as the villa of dreams this villa is slightly more magnificent than the other three villas.  What sets this villa apart is its ideal location.  With only Villa Fregat to the right and nothing but natural vegetation and beach to the left,  its location ensures guests uninterrupted panoramic views of the ocean and the spectacular sunsets of the Seychelles.  

The Fairy Tern is the world’s only pure white tern and can be seen from Villa Golan departing on their morning fishing trips and returning at night, always in pairs.  This bird pairs for life and its name is derived from their habit of hovering fearlessly at arms length.